The Unborn Gita: 58, 59, 60, 61, 62

The Unborn Gita

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by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Third Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 58

514. I appear to have transcended time, space, the beingness and its attributes and abide as the Unborn.

515. How can I the Unborn fear time which is an unborn child? Prior to, during and after dissolution, I, the Unborn ever prevail, untouched, untainted and unchanged.

516. Everything appears to go on in the realm of beingness but I, the Unborn, am not this beingness, so how am I affected?

517. The Unborn cannot be understood, whatever you appear to understand, you are not. In non-understanding, you understand yourself.

518. When everything appears to disappear, whatever remains is the Unborn, my state prior to my birth, I abide there.

519. The born apparent appears to be a superimposition, a cloak of illusion over me, the Unborn.

520. To stabilise me in the eternal Unborn principle, The Unborn Guru appeared to initiated me by pronouncing the sacred words ‘I am Unborn’. From then onwards, I lost all interest in worldly affairs.

521. My primordial Unborn state is non-experiential, I had no information about myself. Now a form together with the information ‘I am’ appears to have been impressed on me.

522. To develop the conviction ‘I am Unborn’, the born apparent must appear to understand that his ‘beingness’ is unreal, unworthy, fraudulent and a cheat which prompted him to believe that ‘I am so-and-so’.

The Unborn Gita: 59

523. The statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ is only a pointer towards the question as to how I was in the absence of the message ‘I am’ – that is, prior to beingness? It’s not the state itself.

524. Prior to this apparent experiencing, I abide in myself, in my eternal Unborn state.

525. Without my apparent beingness – that is without the message ‘I am’ – I eternally prevail as the Unborn.

526. Who appears to witness the message ‘I am’ if my priormost Unborn state of non-beingness is not?

527. I alone prevail as the Unborn, without the message ‘I am’. There are no experiences in the eternal state.

528. I appear to totally swallow this beingness and ever prevail as the Unborn.

529. By constantly remembering ‘I am Unborn’ I transcend time, with the result that I am beyond the reach of it’s tentacles and prevail in eternity.

530. When I appear to be established in the final free Unborn state the knowledge ‘I am’ becomes non-knowledge.

531. Presently the ‘I am’ appears to be the beingness state but when I don’t appear to have the knowingness of the ‘I am’ illusion, then the Unborn state prevails.

The Unborn Gita: 60

532. By constantly remembering the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, it’s meaning will appear to spread by itself in the born apparent, and appear to change him in due course according to his earnestness.

533. As the Unborn I prevail forever without identity of body form, name or any other illusory datum.

534. All this creation appears to come out of me, but I – the Unborn – am APART from it.

535. Whatever appears to be created out of me, blazes like fireworks in a festival, and gets extinguished, but I – the Unborn – prevail forever.

536. The Unborn Guru told me: In spite of my worldly activities, I am Unborn, I am APART from all.

537. I have to apprehend this clearly that I – the Absolute – bereft of a body identity, am complete, perfect and the Unborn.

538. Whatever appears to be seen and perceived is continuously in a state of creation and destruction, but I in my true NATURE am Unborn and indestructible.

539. As the Unborn I am not the meditator, the object of meditation nor the meditation.

540. Having appeared to have realised that I am Unborn, I am not the body and hence have no needs and demands.

The Unborn Gita: 61

541. Having appeared to have transcended the realm of beingness, I ever abide as the eternal Unborn.

542. Understanding appears to be a requirement for the born apparent, but when I appear to realise that all that is understood is unreal and invalid, I am Unborn.

543. I appear to be constantly remembering the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, till the words appear to disappear – the Unborn prevails without knowing.

544. As the Unborn I am not an individual, I only appear to feel the sense of being through a body with senses operating, otherwise I don’t feel myself.

545. As the Unborn I appear to say ‘I am not’ prior to conception, which actually means not like this present ‘I am’ that only appears to be.

546. Before this appearance as the born apparent, did I have any knowledge? I am Unborn so it’s not required!

547. I am Unborn, without knowing, beyond happiness and suffering, and altogether beyond words – a non-experiential state.

548. I am Unborn, I have never spoken or written anything, although it may appear to be so.

549. I appear to go to the root of my beingness and in the process appear to transcend it and be the Unborn without knowing that ‘I am’.

The Unborn Gita: 62

550. In my ultimate Unborn state the ‘I-am-ness’ appears to be totally forgotten. The ‘I am’ and ‘I am not’ both are forgotten, this appears to be the highest type of rest.

551. The born apparent appears to remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ with insistence and persistence to be what he truly is.

552. The word ‘I am’ or the feeling ‘I am’ that I get inside me is not eternal but I, the Unborn am eternal and appear to be ancient.

553. Before the appearance of beingness or knowingness, I, the Unborn, am already there, eternally.

554. Before I say ‘I am’, I am already there, when the beingness is not I am the Unborn.

555. By believing that I am born I appear to have converted myself into what I am not. Now to revert back to my original Unborn Self I appear to remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’.

556. That which appears to be changing continuously is unreal, no change is possible in my real Unborn Self.

557. Prior to birth, the ‘I am’ has never been associated with me, the Unborn.

558. The body and the world are experiential, but I, the Unborn, am non-experiential.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

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The Unborn Gita: 53, 54, 55, 56, 57

The Unborn Gita

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by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Second Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 53

469. Whatever appears to be today, it never was; and whatever appears to be today will never be in the future, but I the Unborn am always there.

470. As the Unborn I have no pose, no stance and no form, by being nothingness I am the subtlest; from my standpoint the world is not.

471. By constantly remembering the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ I appear to have lost my form, as the form is shed, the name has also detached itself.

472. An indication of the born apparent’s progress towards being the Unborn, appears to be by his disinclination to associate with the so-called ‘normal’ people along with a decline in desires and expectations.

473. Out of an intense hunger for being the Unborn the floodgates appear to open, I start rejecting everything and become nothing.

474. Only that born apparent who appears to have lost his individuality, appears to merge into the Unborn. So the fundamental concept of individuality, the ‘I am’ must disappear.

475. If you really appear to have come to the conclusion that ‘I am Unborn’, how can any further question arise at all?

476. Before I appeared to know myself, that was and even now is, my true Unborn state which is formless and nameless.

477. I always keep remembering the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’; the more I appear to remember it, the more likely I will appear to be the Unborn.

The Unborn Gita: 54

478. I appeared to eliminate everything and in the process I soon had no colour, no design, no form and no name – I am Unborn.

479. The Unborn Guru said that ‘I am Unborn’ and nothing else. I have accepted that with great conviction and therefore whatever other things appear, seem to me palpably false.

480. By accepting The Unborn Guru’s words ‘I am Unborn’ with total conviction my destiny, my entire life appears to be transformed.

481. I appear to adhere to the fundamental statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ and in the process, it too disappears by being unforgotten.

482. The Unborn Guru has given me the conviction ‘I am Unborn’, that’s always there, so what impact sickness or death appear to have? It would only appear to speed up my deliverance into the Unborn.

483. There appears to be a pure deep sense ‘I am’ in me that accepts the conviction ‘I am Unborn’, it’s not the mind.

484. I am the no-being Unborn state which is non-illusory, it appears to know the illusion.

485. I am in the perfect Unborn state and do not want to be anything other than what I am nor do I want to be, thus there’s no feeling of beingness.

486. As the born apparent whatever I appear to catch in my attention, that attention has to turn into non-attention and then what is left over is the Unborn.

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The Unborn Gita: 55

487. The Unborn state is prior to consciousness so can it have an iota of knowledge? Just as an unborn child doesn’t know of his existence, The Unborn doesn’t know that it is.

488. The eternal means the Unborn, now and forever. Whatever is eternal is the Truth, when the Unborn is now and forever, why there appears to be worry about anything else?

489. I am Unborn and not time-bound, from this pedestal, I appear to understand all that is time-bound, and eliminate it.

490. By constantly remembering the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, I appear to have disposed off the born apparent.

491. I appear to reject everything that I am not and whatever finally remains, the leftover, is me – my true Unborn Self.

492. The primary illusion is the knowingness ‘I am’, when this knowingness appears to be transformed into not-knowingness, I am Unborn.

493. Give all your attention to the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, hang on to it without anything else interfering and it will become a reality.

494. By accepting the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, given by The Unborn Guru, I appear to get purified and become the meaning of it.

495. Am I not even before I have spoken any words? I appear to reside there and from there appear to recede and be the Unborn without knowing.

The Unborn Gita: 56

496. Constantly remembering the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ is a type of meditation in the process of which the meditation subsides and the Unborn remains.

497. Let anything happen in the world or to my body, I stay put in my conviction ‘I am Unborn’.

498. I appear to have returned to what I am prior to this so-called birth – the Unborn, in eternity, in wholeness, in imperturbable peace and quietude.

499. I am Unborn right now, because I am before time, I am the changeless reality from which all change appears to have sprung.

500. To realise and abide in the highest state prior to conception, for the sake of the born apparent, a statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ is given for him to remember.

501. My Unborn state, whatever it maybe, is my mostNATURAL perfect state, it always prevails. When this beingness appears to go, it will still be there, it ever prevails.
502. I am Unborn, so before my birth, at my conception, who pulled me into the womb? My father? My mother? It’s possible only if I had a form prior to conception, thus this beingness and world are unreal.

503. Right now I am Unborn, I ever dwell in this perfect state, whether the beingness appears or disappears.

504. As the Unborn ‘birth’ appears to mean ignorance to me, I appear to have understood the false as false and thus have nothing left to do.

The Unborn Gita: 57

505. The inability of the born apparent to secure a foothold in the Unborn appears to be due to his compressing himself into a form and identity, hence the suffering.

506. Right here and now the born apparent is the Unborn but he appears to judge it through desires and mind-concepts, hence the inability to apperceive it and abide in it.

507. I appear to be totally devoted to my true Unborn being and free from concepts, hence I will appear to die peacefully as though going into slumber.

508. I as the Unborn am not this body and not even the in dwelling beingness, so why should I worry about it’s departure?

509. I as the Unborn am prior to the sphere of subject-object, I appear to assume the being state and become dual in manifestation.

510. By constantly remembering ‘I am Unborn’ the beingness merges into non-being and everything disappears.

511. Unborn means total quietude and rest; then there is no birth and death, no coming and going.

512. In order to realise the meaning of the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ I appear to constantly abide in it – then everything disappears.

513. I am Unborn and not this state of being which never came to be, thus where is the question of death?

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SOURCE:
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Just be a Good Sadhak

The Unborn Gita: 48, 49, 50, 51, 52

The Unborn Gita

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by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Second Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 48

424. Where is the question of birth or death for the ever present, remaining Unborn principle, devoid of concepts or any knowing?

425. Although I appear to be the born apparent, I abide in the Unborn state where there is no mind.

426. I abide as the Unborn, not conditioned by any name or form and hence am as expansive and subtle as space.

427. I am Unborn and appear to thoroughly understand what I am when nothing is. When nothing is, I still am.

428. I am Unborn and appear to be the total functioning every moment, millions of years ago or now, being the ultimate I can never be lost.

429. The ultimate Unborn principle that appears to know this beingness, cannot be named, approached or conditioned by any words.

430. Being Unborn I have no identity, I am not the body, whatever I appear to say is unreal, because it was never actually said.

431. I appear to have subsided in my true Unborn Self, nothing is useful, no talk is useful, nothing matters, because nothing is.

432. I know well that this knowingness will not remain and I appear to abide in the Unborn no-knowing state.

The Unborn Gita: 49

433. I don’t revel in experiences as they pertain to shape and design, as the Unborn I am formless.

434. Being Unborn I am like space and not the body thus the body is no longer the body because there’s nobody to evaluate the body as body.

435. The body appears to have dissolved, and the Unborn remains, the apparent sounds and shapes are unreal and meaningless.

436. For the born apparent there appears to be nothing else than the sense of presence as a whole, or the purest ‘I am’ to meditate on. On doing so earnestly he would soon appear to realise ‘I am Unborn’.

437. I constantly abide in the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ and hence there is no room for the intellect to play about.

438. Why should the ‘I am’ be there at all? It has never happened, in the process of trying to understand itself it disappears and the Unborn prevails.

439. The Unborn appears to be enjoying the birth-principle. That principle that appears to be born took so much time to understand this, and it is the Unborn only that prevails.

440. I am Unborn and all my knowledge appears to have gone into liquidation. I am unconcerned.

441. As the Unborn I am essentially nothing identifiable in all that is perceived and there are no words to convey what I am.

The Unborn Gita: 50

442. There is no sense of presence in the Unborn, the individual as such has never come into being and thus all that appears to be is unreal.

443. The knowledge ‘I am’ or consciousness appears to have come out of the Unborn, a state where there is nothing and I am happy.

444. If there is no consciousness there is no world, there is nothing, it appears to be so important, yet I am Unborn and apart from it.

445. I appeared to remain in the shade of the knowledge ‘I am’, the guru, the god and soon appeared to have realised ‘I am Unborn’.

446. I am Unborn, there’s no knowingness in me so where is the question of knowledge or ignorance? The ‘non-I-am-ness’ only can meet that nothingness.

447. I am not the body nor I am wrapped up in name and form, I am Unborn that appears to manifest as the born apparent.

448. At the Unborn level, in reality, nothing is. At worldly or born apparent level, everything is.

449. In the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, the Unborn has no form, no name, so how can it be understood?

450. In the process of trying to understand the Unborn, the born apparent appears to get purified, the process subsides, the born apparent disappears and the Unborn prevails.

The Unborn Gita: 51

451. The ‘I am’ is the source of all troubles, the ‘I am’ being absent in the Unborn, where is the question of misery, pain or pleasure?

452. I appear to reject everything that I observe, and finally settle down as the Unborn, where no more observation is.

453. The born apparent caught in fear appears to die, but I the Unborn wouldn’t. Everything will appear to go, but I the Unborn wouldn’t.

454. My state is: I am without parents, I am Unborn and so is everything else that only appears to be.

455. To remove ignorance, the so-called knowledge is necessary, this knowledge then goes, both knowledge and ignorance appear to be thrown overboard. What remains is the Unborn.

456. The Unborn Gita appears to expound the Unborn Self only, always coming straight to the point and giving pointers to the Unborn. Nothing else is talked of here.

457. Whatever said here in The Unborn Gita is from the firm conviction ‘I am Unborn’, I am not the body and I don’t know anything.

458. Only when the born apparent appears to be totally convinced that ‘I am Unborn’, there is nothing further that anyone can tell him and nothing further to be understood.

459. Where is even the question of conviction? It’s quite simple, the body that appears to have come would appear to go after sometime, as the Unborn I ever prevail so how am I concerned?

The Unborn Gita: 52

460. When the born apparent appears to realise ‘I am Unborn’ all that is being said here in The Unborn Gita will be reduced to illusion.

461. The born apparent must appear to continuously remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, in the process it doesn’t matter whether the body remains or drops off.

462. The Unborn remains untouched by the meaning of the words that appear to flow through it as the born apparent. Words trying to describe the original, primordial state invariably fail.

463. Many listen to the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ but the real meaning underlying the words is not accepted. Only the rare one appears to apperceive what is said without the words.

464. The born apparent appears to stick to words and the meaning, forgetting that as the Unborn he is prior to not only the words but also the first basic thought.

465. I am always in the highest Unborn state, in which there is no experience. I am not going to die; there is no death for me.

466. The knowingness or the ‘I am’ has to realise itself, in the process of realisation it’s able to quit this state and appear to abide as the Unborn.

467. ‘I am Unborn and hence not the body’, hold on to this very firmly, and then whatever happens, it’s not yours.

468. As the born apparent I appear to accept only one statement from The Unborn Guru: ‘I am Unborn’, assimilate it completely with full faith and now indeed I am Unborn.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

Just be a Good Sadhak

The Unborn Gita: 43, 44, 45, 46, 47

The Unborn Gita

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by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Unborn Gita: 43

379. Without having the conviction ‘I am Unborn’ all the knowledge that the born apparent appears to have is useless.

380. The statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ must appear to pierce the born apparent like an arrow and hit something deep within.

381. When I was unaware of this message ‘I am’, how did I function? No functioning was required as ‘I am Unborn’.

382. Prior to this so called birth and receiving the message ‘I am’, what am I? ‘I am Unborn’.

383. A century ago, did you appear to have been possessed by the body-mind modifications? No. Then be exactly like that – the Unborn.

384. As the born apparent you must appear to recognise your real Unborn Self. Unless you identify who you are, how can you identify others correctly?

385. To know yourself as the Unborn is real knowledge, but you cannot look at yourself, you can only abide in your Unborn Self.

386. The statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ will appear to stick to the born apparent and with that his spiritual job is done.

387. As the Unborn I am before I conceptualise anything, I am even before the knowingness, I am Unborn.

The Unborn Gita: 44

388. I am Unborn hence nothing in the world is of any use to me. The so-called identity by which I appear to understand everything is unreal.

389. There is only one Truth in the world, and that is that everything is unreal. I appear to be the Unborn talking through the born apparent.

390. When everything appears to drop off, only I the Unborn prevail. No knowledge is called for to understand this truth, because that knowledge is innate.

391. The fact that I don’t know my Unborn Self is very appropriate. I am not the body and I don’t know anything, therefore how can I know my true Self?

392. As the born apparent I can appear to give up the habit of labelling whatever I am and be the Unborn which in fact I am, prior to the label or title.

393. As the born apparent I appear to give up all that I have read and heard including the experience ‘I am’ and just be the Unborn.

394. As the born apparent it’s sufficient enough for me to understand without the slightest doubt and with great conviction that ‘I am Unborn’.

395. How can all that’s post-‘I am’ tell anything about prior to it? Understand with sure conviction that all is temporary and doesn’t reflect the true Unborn state.

396. I am not this body, all that I am experiencing is unreal, I am the Unborn principle by which I appear to know ‘I am’.

The Unborn Gita: 45

397. It’s just the sense of presence that appears to have arisen on me the Unborn that appears to be cognising – there are no individuals.

398. As the Unborn I am totally free, why? Because I appear to have understood the unreality of the ‘I am’.

399. I appear to have understood ‘I am Unborn’ and carry out my daily life to the best of my abilities.

400. The feeling of having understood ‘I am Unborn’ too is illusory because then as the born apparent I think I have found something that can be imparted to others, but there are no others.

401. What is, is the Unborn, what appears, as if in a dream, is the born apparent with the world. This experience of the dream-like state is identical to every so-called born apparent.

402. Using the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, the born apparent appears to go to the very root of his being and disappear in the Unborn.

403. Truly abiding as the Unborn I have no awareness of my existence, these iterations appear to be of the born apparent.

404. I am Unborn and prior to any experience, the ‘I am’ appears to have arisen on me, only then all experiences and the question of my identity arose.

405. I am Unborn, there appears to be no caste or creed for me and there are no concepts left.

The Unborn Gita: 46

406. It’s not worldly attraction that brings the born apparent to The Unborn Gita, it’s the attraction for the eternal Unborn dwelling place, which appears to be his real home.

407. When I appear to remember ‘I am Unborn’, I also appear to swallow the entire universe.

408. On realising ‘I am Unborn’, the kind of benefit that I appear to receive is, unusual, rare, strange, astonishing and non-phenomenal.

409. Whatever knowledge, especially spiritual, that I appeared to have gained as the born apparent is a burden and cause of more misery – I appear to throw it all and be the Unborn.

410. Whatever I have appeared to have done, said and written as the born apparent is finally, utterly useless – I appear to throw it all and be the Unborn.

411. Whatever changes isn’t the Unborn. This body and world are continuously changing, they were not there, they appeared and will disappear, I am Unborn and have nothing to do with them.

412. As the Unborn my existence is eternal, even prior to my so-called birth, which only appears to have arisen after I came to know that ‘I am’.

413. I am Unborn, as the born apparent I must appear to understand the I am merely an appearance, then I will also appear to know that others and the world are also mere appearances.

414. I am Unborn, immortal, unchanged, eternal, it’s a non-experiential state. How can there be the experience of Truth? It’s prior to beingness.

The Unborn Gita: 47

415. As the born apparent I only appear to be interested in experiences giving undueIMPORTANCE to them, just throw and forget them all and be the Unborn, devoid of any experience.

416. When I appear to fall asleep reciting ‘I am Unborn’, on waking up anytime, I appear to find the recitation ‘I am Unborn’ continuing.

417. It was only when I appeared to have a deep urge to know myself that I developed a firm conviction that I am Unborn.

418. I am Unborn so I can’t appear to give myself any shape or design. I appear to be devoted to my Unborn Self and worship that only.

419. When I appear to hear ‘I am Unborn’, it’s good enough, no further knowledge is necessary, I just imbibe it and abide in it.

420. I am Unborn yet I appear to identify with the body and thus all problems and questions exist. When I appear to remember ‘I am Unborn’ this identification ceases and everything disappears.

421. I appear to be flooded with the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ and not any worldly affairs which go on spontaneously.

422. My true identity is the Unborn, some pointers appear to be given here in The Unborn Gita, I appear to read them and be my True Self.

423. I am Unborn and hence totally untouched by all that is perceived, I appear to understand what I am and it has nothing to do with the manifested.

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SOURCE:
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The Unborn Gita: 39, 40, 41, 42

The Unborn Gita

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by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Unborn Gita: 39

343. On realising the unreality of ‘I am’ the born apparent will never cling to the body but will appear to abide as the Unborn.

344. As the Unborn my true state is prior to consciousness and it does not depend on it nor has it ever touched it.

345. The consciousness, sense of being, presence or the ‘I am’ only appears to have come or arisen on the Unborn.

346. How can the Unborn die? By NATURE I am the non-manifest Unborn, yet I appear to be born. As the born apparent can you live like that? As the Unborn?

347. With the appearance of ‘I am’ the Unborn appears to know that it is, this is the primary experience on which more experiences pile up. With the so called disappearance of ‘I am’ the Unborn is always there.

348. Indeed it appears to be a great fall! The perfect Unborn caught up in these experiences of the born apparent and trying to derive certain benefits out of them.

349. As the Unborn you are always in a prior-to-words state without dwelling in the gross world. All perception and expression would appear to be of the born apparent.

350. The meaning of the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ is ‘I am always there but not the body’. When you constantly remember ‘I am Unborn’ you become That.

351. All that the born apparent appears to do is unreal, once it appears to realise that ‘I am not the body’, the Unborn remains.

The Unborn Gita: 40

352. Before I appeared to have been born, could I have sensed or known that I exist? No, because I am Unborn – without knowing.

353. For the born apparent who has realised ‘I am Unborn’, the ‘I am’ is there, he just doesn’t give much IMPORTANCE to it. He may appear to use it when required but is not guided by it.

354. As the Unborn you aren’t involved in what has appeared. You are not the seed, not the phenomenon, nor the consciousness which is time- bound.

355. The Unborn Gita is for those who have no desires; it’s not for those who are worried about their possessions and their relations.

356. Whatever appears to be known is known by the consciousness of the born apparent and will subside when he appears to die, the Unborn always remains.

357. The born apparent appears to understand only one thing and that is that he is the formless, timeless Unborn. Nobody’s dying because nobody’s born.

358. Body gone, consciousness gone, no form, no individual, no nothing – I am Unborn. There’s nothing more to know, I am without knowing, why? Because knowing isn’t required.

359. Understanding the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ is not a matter of time. If you really apperceive the Truth, it is simple and easily grasped.

360. The Unborn ever is, the born apparent appears to question the validity of its existence and realises that it’s an apparition, it can’t be the Truth. Can you create something out of nothing?

The Unborn Gita: 41

361. When the born apparent appears to realise ‘I am Unborn’ he is no longer afraid of death. With that the imperfection appears to be removed and perfection remains.

362.When the born apparent appears to understand the ultimate meaning, which is, that the total manifestation including himself never came to be, he gets dissociated from the body and the Unborn remains.

363. Only the Unborn is – without knowing. There is nothing happening, nobody’s bound, it all only appears to be so.

364. In Truth only the Unborn is, which in fact, you are, but it will never be ‘known’ or felt. On you, the original, the born apparent appears to be imposed and hence the apparent suffering.

365. Enquire into the birth principle and you will realise it’s the ‘I am’ perpetuating the ‘I am’. But you are not the ‘I am’ or the born apparent that appears to have arisen on you – You are Unborn.

366. As the born apparent you should always appear to remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, then you’re what you are – The Unborn and free forever.

367. As the Unborn, actually I am not, yet I appear to feel that ‘I am’ because of this alleged incident called birth.

368. The fact that I am Unborn is open and clear, but the born apparent doesn’t appear to look at it, hence the constant reminder ‘I am Unborn’.

369. The born apparent should appear to remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ with such a vigorous fervour that his intellect gets annihilated.

The Unborn Gita: 42

370. The born apparent appears to be dispossessed of all objectivity because of his faith in The Unborn Guru who is all love for no-knowingness.

371. As the born apparent you appear to ponder over these words of The Unborn Guru but don’t expect to benefit out of them because if truly realised you won’t be around.

372. The Unborn Gita is a terminator of spiritual understanding. The more intense the ‘I am Unborn’ conviction the more everything appears illusory.

373. All experiences appear to be of the born apparent which itself is an illusion that has never ever touched you – the Unborn.

374. As the Unborn, before you knew you were, did you have knowledge or ignorance? In the absence of ‘I am’ it doesn’t matter.

375. If you appear to be an earnest seeker you must accept the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ and stop further spiritual reading, The Unborn Gita is not merely to entertain you.

376. As the born apparent once you appear to know that you are temporary and what’s your original Unborn state, no further knowledge is needed.

377. Once the born apparent appears to have apperceived the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, he will never ever fall prey to the logic or spirituality expounded by others.

378. As the born apparent you will appear to only ask two things: What is your identity, and what is your conviction about what you are? ‘I am Unborn’ is the only correct answer.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

Just be a Good Sadhak

The Unborn Gita: 35, 36, 37, 38

The Unborn Gita

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by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Second Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 35

  1. The born apparent being perceptible appears to be totally dissolved or obliterated. The Unborn which always is, isn’t perceptible, it ever remains.
  2. Why should the born apparent when fully convinced that whatever seen is unreal hang onto the unreal principle? It appears to get stabilised as the Unborn.
  3. The born apparent appears to cut off the very root –the ‘I am’ and remain in the Unborn state which is prior to it.
  4. As the Unborn I prevail prior to anything. I ever exist and I have no knowledge of anything.
  5. As the Unborn I have no association with anyone, I am – always – without words. I appear to have swallowed this beingness state.
  6. I am ever in the Unborn state, I am ever non-objective, unmanifest and can’t be fooled by the ‘I am’ that appears to have arisen on me.
  7. As the Unborn, whatever is, I am That. Surely I, who appears to be experiencing this world, must have been prior to it.
  8. As the born apparent you appear to be emanating from somewhere and proceeding somewhere but when you didn’t know you were, that’s your true Unborn state.
  9. Persistence is the key for the born apparent, a deep longing to be the Unborn must be there.

The Unborn Gita: 36

  1. If the born apparent needs something very badly, he has to continuously remember ‘I am Unborn’, be persistent about it, then he would appear to reach that state.
  2. There’s no benefit to be the Unborn, for whom is the benefit? The whom itself gets dissolved.
  3. As the Unborn you do not receive or record the passing show nor do you deliberate over it.
  4. As the Unborn my true being is in a no-place which has no form or shape. Whatever written or spoken only appears to be due to the born apparent with whom I have nothing to do with.
  5. The Unborn Gita can only be understood if read from an Unborn perspective. If you still firmly believe ‘I am the body’ then there will be no understanding at all.
  6. The one who appears to understand the born apparent to be unreal is the eternal Unborn.
  7. In this apparent game the only identity you can hold onto as exclusively yours is the Unborn, the one that never appeared or disappeared.
  8. As the Unborn you appear to be the watchdog seeing yourself fooling around in this so called world but you are never the participant.
  9. To be the Unborn is a place where all the hopes, expectations and desires of the born apparent appear to get completely dissolved or annihilated.

The Unborn Gita: 37

  1. What is dead? Nothing is dead. Who is to be reborn? No one was ever born. Only the Unborn prevails, without knowing. Why so? Because it doesn’t require knowing.
  2. As the born apparent you must appear to come to the conclusion that I am Unborn and shall ever remain Unborn. The world and the mind – everything – are unreal and I am not those.
  3. The one who appears to understand the quality of this beingness appears to transcend it and is no more affected by birth or death – he is Unborn.
  4. As the Unborn you will appear to understand that spirituality is unreal and in the process appear to dismiss the world as unreal.
  5. To be the Unborn, the born apparent must appear to conclude that because I am unreal, everything is unreal.
  6. Who is talking, who is walking, and who is sitting? These are expressions of the ‘I am’, you the Unborn are not the ‘I am’ which only appears to have risen on you.
  7. For the born apparent to say ‘I am Unborn’ is an act of courage as nobody in this world, including your senses, would support you.
  8. By constantly remembering ‘I am Unborn’ with explicit faith you keep returning to the statement of Truth till it becomes a reality.
  9. By having the conviction ‘I am Unborn’ the born apparent appears to attain that state which is and was prior to the body.

The Unborn Gita: 38

  1. As the born apparent you can watch the body, breath and consciousness, so you’re none of them. Through practice and perseverance you will realise ‘I am Unborn’ – a NATURAL renunciation, not a deliberate one.
  2. Holding on to the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ is the borderline between knowing and not knowing.
  3. Having known everything about the ‘I am’ the born apparent must come to the conclusion that it’s unreal, then it appears to drops off and the Unborn remains.
  4. The Unborn which appears to pass judgement on whether the world is or is not, appears to antedate the world.
  5. By reading or listening to the words of The Unborn Gita the born apparent will appear to get transformed back to his original Unborn state, prior to his birth.
  6. An apparent return back to the original Unborn state can happen right now, in the present life of the born apparent – it has to, for that’s his destiny.
  7. The born apparent must appear to understand that beingness is an illusion, when beingness appears to forgets itself, that is the Unborn state.
  8. As the Unborn I am unconcerned about what happens in the consciousness, let it enjoy or suffer, let it stay or go.
  9. The conviction ‘I am Unborn’ should be such that no question at all should arise about it. Just as for someone dead and cremated it’s all over, are there any questions about that?

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

Just be a Good Sadhak

The Unborn Gita: 31, 32, 33, 34

The Unborn Gita

The Unborn Gita Cover

by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Second Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 31

  1. The born apparent must concentrate on convincing himself that ‘I am Unborn’. Why bother with any extraneous matters?
  2. Be the Unborn and forget everything else, whatever is happening is in the root illusion ‘I am’.
  3. The Unborn is always, the illusion appears to come and go along with time and space, it has never touched the Unborn.
  4. The born apparent must recede back, prior to thoughts, when the feeling of ‘I amness’ too disappears and the Unborn prevails.
  5. As the born apparent you ponder over all that is unreal, just a passing phase, instead you must remain focused on the one immortal Truth ‘I am Unborn’.
  6. You the Unborn are not the one who changes. Whatever changes are the mind, intellect and body of the born apparent.
  7. As the Unborn you require no liberation. The knowledge ‘I am’ that appears to have risen is the victim of the illusion and that will appear to be liberated.
  8. ‘I am Unborn’ is the most primordial statement of Truth, in the process of reciting it the born apparent disappears.
  9. In the Unborn there’s no beingness to understand ‘I am’, it’s the highest state.

The Unborn Gita: 32

  1. To begin with the born apparent appears to embrace the ‘I am’, then realising ‘I am Unborn’, he appears to keep reciting it to abide there.
  2. If the born apparent really appears to understand ‘I am Unborn’, remember it and ponder over it – then nothing else is required to be done.
  3. ‘I am Unborn’ means ‘I am always there’ and since the Unborn is all there is the actual quest appears to be solitary.
  4. The born apparent instead of accepting and discussing various concepts should pay attention to always present Unborn principle, then all of them disappear.
  5. Before the born apparent there was nothing so why not be the Unborn right now as it is always there.
  6. The ‘I amness’ that appears to be the very basis of all this play has never come to be. You the Unborn are prior to the ‘I amness’.
  7. As the Unborn you ever prevail, in this world there are no beings that are born, living or dead.
  8. It is the greatest of wonders that the Unborn appears to have taken such a shape that you appear to be enjoying as the born apparent – say ‘I am Unborn’ and go back home.
  9. Every born apparent appears to have the strength of the Unborn but it is utilised for useless things. If that power of the Unborn is conserved and enlarged to know itself, the whole world is at your feet.

The Unborn Gita: 33

  1. The Unborn appears to get pleased by the strength of the meditation and conviction ‘I am Unborn’ and appears to enjoy the ultimate happiness where all other pleasures get absorbed.
  2. Every born apparent, as a human being, appears to be alike but it’s the power of the Unborn, attained through the conviction ‘I am Unborn’ that distinguishes them.
  3. The simplest way to be the Unborn is to recite or remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ continuously.
  4. For the born apparent the highest worship is of the Unborn, you gain a lot of merit by constantly remembering ‘I am Unborn’, do not dissipate it in worldly affairs.
  5. The blissfully happy state to be the formless Unborn, should appear to be revealed to the born apparent while having the body.
  6. The highest state is to be the Unborn, when you don’t know that you are. Then there’s no pleasure, no misery.
  7. When the born apparent appears to meditate on his presence or the ‘I am’ in its purity he realises that it’s Unborn – then everything is Unborn, it’s all unreal.
  8. As the Unborn no worldly knowledge is necessary, no words are required, they only appear to be for the born apparent.
  9. The born apparent must investigate the cause of his birth – the ‘I am’ and apply it as a cause to all the worries and miseries of the world, get devoted to it and soon he will realise ‘I am Unborn’.

The Unborn Gita: 34

  1. Only when the born apparent appears to find out how this body came to be he appears to realise that ‘I am Unborn’.
  2. When the born apparent appears to repeat or remember the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ with a great deal of concentration the mind disappears into a spirit of reality.
  3. As the born apparent if you appear to have actually understood and realised ‘I am Unborn’, then there is no need to do anything and you can do anything.
  4. As the Unborn you are never the silent primordial sound that appears to give the feeling ‘I am’.
  5. As the Unborn you are always in the original state, not at all aware that ‘I am’. Beingness, body and birth only appear to have risen – in fact none of them have ever touched you.
  6. The born apparent should appear to continuously remember ‘I am Unborn’. When firmly established in this, whatever is unimportant will gradually fade away.
  7. As the Unborn you are not the words ‘I am Unborn’ but that which is prior to the understanding of the words.
  8. Meditation on the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’ over a long period of time leads to the disappearance of ‘I am’ and only the Unborn remains without knowing.
  9. The born apparent on asking himself ‘what was I before I was born?’ No answer comes because the questioning itself becomes impossible, the mind stops and the Unborn prevails.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

Just be a Good Sadhak

The Unborn Gita: 27, 28, 29, 30

The Unborn Gita

The Unborn Gita Cover

by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The First Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 27

  1. Keep on knowing the ‘I am’ and through that insistence you’d know ‘I am Unborn’.
  2. The ‘I am’ appears to be the creator of this conceptualCYCLE, focus on it, eradicate it and realise ‘I am Unborn’.
  3. The born apparent must appear to have a certain ground prepared or be ripe enough to absorb all that’s being said here and disappear in the Unborn.
  4. The ‘I am’ appears to be the very basis of three states, waking, dream and deep sleep, on its disappearance there’s no memory only the Unborn remains.
  5. The born apparent must keep witnessing the ‘I am’ till it disappears, you the Unborn are prior to it.
  6. Be with the ‘I am’ is all that the born apparent can appear to do – then quite fluently the Unborn appears to swallow it.
  7. The Unborn state which is yours before you were born and which is yours after the body dies, is your permanent property.
  8. I recite ‘I am Unborn’ as a challenge to the fluctuating mind to be still, it keeps the mind in check and focused on the objective.
  9. ‘I am Unborn’ is a statement of Truth that sentences individuality to death.

The Second Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 28

  1. ‘I am Unborn’ actually means I am ‘always there’, it’s the ‘I am’ or consciousness that appears to appear and disappear.
  2. The Guru doesn’t talk about the principle prior to consciousness or being Unborn to all as it requires a certain amount of maturity to understand.
  3. The Unborn doesn’t know that ‘it is’, neither does it have this manifestation, yet it appears to be talking with the aid of this consciousness.
  4. The Unborn has no connection with this ocean of consciousness, yet the consciousness cannot be without the Unborn.
  5. Meditation cannot give birth to the Unborn because it is already there, it only appears to bring the born apparent to its closest proximity.
  6. You are not the consciousness but the underlying Unborn principle, be That.
  7. While continuously remembering ‘I am Unborn’ each born apparent’s experience would be different due to their constitutional differences.
  8. Have unshakable devotion to the one who gave you the message ‘I am Unborn’ so emphatically and so directly.
  9. Virtue and faith are inherent in the one living by the by the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’.

The Unborn Gita: 29

  1. As the Unborn you are prior to the born apparent who appears to realise, experience and witness everything.
  2. As the born apparent hold onto the deep conviction ‘I am Unborn’ in your core and it will happen.
  3. Everything depends on your conviction ‘I am Unborn’. You have come for your recognition which abides in the Unborn.
  4. The greatest charity is the renunciation of the knowledge ‘I am’ and be the Unborn, on doing so there’s no more birth or death.
  5. The last step appears to be from ‘I am’ to ‘Unborn’ taken by reciting ‘I am Unborn’. Here all acquisitions or accumulations appear to explode.
  6. For the born apparent memories of The Unborn Guru appear to be most precious. The Unborn Guru has no feet so there’s no question of following his footsteps.
  7. As the Unborn you aren’t the body so how are you concerned with its different states whose activities appear to go on for thousands of years.
  8. As the born apparent be sanctified with the statement of Truth ‘I am Unborn’, in this apparent purification no form will be left for you.
  9. In any case you are Unborn right now so why not be it and be done with everything else.

The Unborn Gita: 30

  1. The born apparent must have faith in The Unborn Gurus words: ‘I am Unborn’. Dependence on the intellect will make him swing like a pendulum.
  2. To begin with aids or a discipline maybe required but in fact it’s by the firm conviction ‘I am Unborn’ alone that everything can be transcended.
  3. The words ‘I am Unborn’ appear to be more effective when taken from a Guru who appears to have understood the knowledge ‘I am’ and transcended it.
  4. There’s neither happiness nor unhappiness, the Unborn is simply tranquil and appears to be witnessing; no feeling is involved.
  5. The born apparent could be a man or woman but ‘I am Unborn’ out which everything only appears to have come.
  6. Out of hunger and earnestness for the Unborn if the born apparent appears to become restless, it throws away everything and runs to the goal.
  7. As the Unborn the experiences that you appear to have as the born apparent, can they ever give you anything? They have never touched you.
  8. Where did you ever appear to have come from? Go back to the source and take your stand in your original Unborn state.
  9. Catch hold of that Unborn principle which appears to move about in various disguises and it’s an end of the illusion.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

Just be a Good Sadhak

The Unborn Gita: 23, 24, 25, 26

The Unborn Gita

The Unborn Gita Cover

by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The First Quarter

The Unborn Gita: 23

  1. I apparently tried to see what I was before I came to know ‘I am’ – that’s where the ‘I am’ ends and disappears and I appeared to realise ‘I am Unborn’.
  2. Despite of being Unborn and hence ‘not being’ I appear to bear this allegation called ‘birth’.
  3. Due to the words of The Unborn Guru the Unborn appears to have died while living.
  4. Prior to the appearance of the knowledge ‘I am’, whatever is – that’s the Truth! The Unborn.
  5. Being Unborn, in all that goes on throughout the day there appears to be no specific intention and no specific interest.
  6. The Unborn is there before the sense of presence appears and shall very much be there when the sense of presence disappears.
  7. The Unborn is there before any thoughts appear to rise. All thoughts are merely post-I am movements.
  8. As the Unborn I am prior to time and space.
  9. I am Unborn without knowing it, so there are no words to describe.

The Unborn Gita: 24

  1. Overlook the movable and you will find yourself to be the ever-present Unborn.
  2. You are beyond the apparent experiencer, ever Unborn and deathless.
  3. There is no such thing as an experience of the Unborn, it’s not an event, it cannot be experienced, as the Unborn neither comes or goes.
  4. Just understand yourself as the Unborn – that itself is eternity. Both the subject and object appear to exist in you, but you are neither.
  5. As the Unborn you are complete here and now, you need absolutely nothing. There’s no need to wait to be what you already are.
  6. You can only be the Unborn, the reality, it’s all there is. Transiency of the apparent is the best proof of its unreality.
  7. The Unborn state, before the appearance and disappearance of the born apparent, is your permanent property.
  8. The eternal Unborn is the one which you have never forgotten, the apparent source and original state.
  9. Beingness, as the born apparent, appears to be the child of no-beingness, the Unborn.

The Unborn Gita: 25

  1. The Unborn is apparently prior to the creation of the body and appears to know that there’s a body.
  2. When I didn’t know that ‘I am’, that’s my true Unborn state.
  3. I apparently go beyond words, back to the source, the reality, to find myself always there – the Unborn!
  4. I appear to use the ‘I am’ to throw away all post ‘I am’ add-ons and then discard the ‘I am’ as well to realise ‘I am Unborn’.
  5. Do not add any qualifications and descriptions and you will understand yourself as you are – the Unborn!
  6. There’s an Unborn principle beyond the world that appears to witness the consciousness.
  7. The Unborn does not interfere with what the born apparent does and in fact appears to see that it has never touched it.
  8. None of the three states, waking, dream and deep sleep or their basis the fourth, know what is prior to them. The Unborn knows but it doesn’t belong to the known.
  9. Unknowingly the knowing has appeared to have started, spontaneously. Once it appears to disappear there’s nothing – only the Unborn.

The Unborn Gita: 26

  1. First understand what bondage is, track yourself down continuously for twenty-four hours. Once you realise ‘I cannot be a body or a mind’, thenNATURALLYyou are the Unborn.
  2. The Unborn doesn’t know itself, doesn’t know what it is, doesn’t need anything and hence there’s no need for it to say ‘I am’.
  3. Where is the question of going beyond for the Unborn? It does not go beyond anything. There appears to be beingness and beingness is extinguished.
  4. Whatever you have acquired, including the body-mind, that will go and it’s useless. But your original Unborn state is real, the Truth and it will remain.
  5. I appear to be talking from the Unborn standpoint where I don’t know myself, or that ‘I am’.
  6. If as the born apparent you finally decide ‘I am Unborn and not this body’, then death will be final; death will die!
  7. Having appeared to have wandered through all the concepts and rejected them you have to finally get rid of the ‘I am’ and there you are! – The Unborn.
  8. Apparently meditation is a must for the born apparent to understand that it’s not the understood, on realising this it disappears and the Unborn remains.
  9. The knowledge of beingness ‘I am’ appears to be the centre of the cosmos, there is no need to follow any path but just remain there and you’d realise ‘I am Unborn’.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana

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The Unborn Gita: 19, 20, 21, 22

The Unborn Gita

The Unborn Gita Cover

by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO ‘THE UNBORN GURU’

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The Unborn Gita: 19

  1. Being Unborn my knowledge is outside the realm of imagination. I see neither ‘actuality’ nor witness any ‘eternal truth’.
  2. I appear to know ‘I am Unborn’ when I appear to know that ‘I don’t know anything’.
  3. Let the born apparent who has to die, die, there’s no question of death for me the Unborn.
  4. It appears that by the grace of The Unborn Guru the illusion ‘I am born’ has disappeared.
  5. I am Unborn, I was Unborn and I shall remain Unborn.
  6. I am Unborn, which means only myself, nobody’s guru, nobody’s disciple and nobody’s God.
  7. According to my experience all is Unborn, all this that appears as the multiplicity never happened.
  8. As the Unborn I am myself the proof that I was never born.
  9. I know that I am Unborn and not what I appear to be, I won’t die but what appears will disappear.

The Unborn Gita: 20

  1. I am Unborn, before the one saying ‘I am’ and whatever meaning that flows out of this feeling ‘I am’ is false.
  2. I am Unborn, nameless, formless and indestructible. I appear to be in the helm of activity but I am not attached to it.
  3. For me the Unborn, whatever I appear to know in consciousness is an illusion, so it’s all useless.
  4. There is no need for the Unborn to say ‘I am or I should be’ and ‘I wouldn’t be’ doesn’t mean death.
  5. According to my Unborn experience the idea ‘I am the body’ has proved false.
  6. My beingness has appeared to have dissolved into non-beingness or the Unborn, a state prior to the sphere of subject-object.
  7. Life will escape, the body will appear to die, but it will not affect the Unborn in the least as the real doesn’t die and the unreal never lived.
  8. Today I may appear to know ‘I am’, prior to that, being Unborn, I didn’t. For some days and up till a day I may appear to know it.
  9. That I the Unborn appeared to know ‘I am’ is like an accident that occurred unexpectedly.

The Unborn Gita: 21

  1. It is due to the grand deception ‘I am’ that the Unborn appears to believe itself to be the born apparent male or female.
  2. According to the orders of my Unborn Guru my species is the formless Unborn.
  3. I am always Unborn and don’t know it, presently I may appear to know it and later may appear not to know it.
  4. I appear to have a memory but can I the Unborn be that memory?
  5. I do not depend on the body and its knowledge, I am Unborn so what destiny can I have?
  6. For the Unborn duality never is, so all its expressions are naught.
  7. I appear to know I am Unborn because I appear to know that I am not as described by the mind.
  8. To me the Unborn, the fear of death and the idea that I am born, both appear to be imaginary.
  9. I am Unborn the very moment the imagination ‘I am the body’ appears to disappear.

The Unborn Gita: 22

  1. All these states that appear on the Unborn are transient including the ‘I am’ which is the main culprit.
  2. The whole riddle appeared to be solved when I met myself – the Unborn – the one who completely knew how he is when there’s no experience of time.
  3. As the Unborn I can’t give any information about myself as all information is post-‘I am’, which is false.
  4. My real identity is Unborn, without body, without thought.
  5. The Unborn didn’t know, now it appears to know, without this is there any knowing?
  6. Whatever I appear to see and feel has never occurred; I am Unborn apparently sitting without words.
  7. As the Unborn various imaginations do not appear to arise as I appear to have the conviction that ‘birth is false’.
  8. The Unborn is indestructible and not visible; it only appears to see the destructible and visible.
  9. On having the conviction ‘I am not the body and am without any shape or deeds’ the born apparent appears to realise it’s Unborn.

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SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Sadhana
Pradeep Apte